Question about Maytag NMPEB08F2A Air Conditioner
Sounds like the compressor is going bad. Noise from the compressor usually means the compressor is on its way out. But noise can also be caused by cross-contaminated refrigerant (operating pressure too high), air in the system or the wrong type of compressor lubricant.
Noise can also be caused by hoses or other parts rattling against other components in the engine compartment. Check the routing of the hoses, support brackets, etc., to pinpoint the noise.It happens. Call Sears back & get the manager. Scream loud!!!! Insist they fix it now or refund your money. (as u had used it recently...so warranty period is there i guess) That will get their attention.
skip hope u knw there r several rule n regulations reagarding the sound pollutions..i dnt knw about place.. so before your neighbour goes and complain about please fix it. i have 11 years experiance inthe field.. so i knw that the setting of the house(where u fix the ac) and the loose fittings can also add on to the sound.. so i recomend u to find a professionals in ur locality and get it fixed asap.
- i guess this old man deserve a drink.. wat do u say??
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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